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Select Committe Members - Provisional List

Note: This list is preliminary and subject to change. Select Committee Chair-persons have not been elected yet.

Commerce

Kevin Campbell

Steve Chadwick

David Cunliffe

Hon Ruth Dyson

Gerry Eckhoff

Warren Kyd

Dr Lockwood Smith

Pansy Wong


Education and Science

Donna Awatere Huata

Hon Brian Donnelly

Helen Duncan

Liz Gordon

Judy Keall

Mark Peck

Dr Nick Smith

Maurice Williamson


Finance and Expenditure

Max Bradford

Clayton Cosgrove

David Cunliffe

Rod Donald

Hon Peter Dunne

Bill English

Rodney Hide

Winnie Laban

Mark Peck

Rt Hon Winston Peters

John Tamihere

John Wright

Annabel Young

Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade

Chris Carter

Harry Duynhoven

Marie Hasler

Graham Kelly

Keith Locke

John Luxton

Ron Mark

H V Ross Robertson

Rt Hon Simon Upton

Government Administration

Tim Barnett

David Carter

Grant Gillon

Winnie Laban

Rt Hon Don McKinnon

Lindsay Tisch

Ann Tolley

Dianne Yates


Health

Hon Phillida Bunkle

Steve Chadwick

Rt Hon Wyatt Creech

Dr Paul Hutchison

Judy Keall

Sue Kedgley

Damien O'Connor

Dr Lynda Scott


Justice and Electoral

Tim Barnett

Kevin Campbell

Stephen Franks

Janet Mackey

Ms Nanaia Mahuta

Dr Wayne Mapp

Mita Ririnui

Tony Ryall

Clem Simich

Nandor Tanczos


Law and Order

Peter Brown

Taito Phillip Field

Hon Parekura Horomia

Janet Mackey

Brian Neeson

Jill Pettis

Simon Power

Hon Ken Shirley

Tony Steel

Hon Judith Tizard


Local Government and Environment

David Benson-Pope

Georgina Beyer

Jeanette Fitzsimons

Martin Gallagher

Ann Hartley

Owen Jennings

Murray McCully

Jill Pettis

Eric Roy

Richard Worth

Maori Affairs

Joe Hawke

Willie Jackson

Hon Doug Kidd

Ms Nanaia Mahuta

Dr Wayne Mapp

Mahara Okeroa

Hon Richard Prebble

Mita Ririnui

John Tamihere

Georgina te Heuheu


Primary Production

Shane Ardern

Georgina Beyer

Clayton Cosgrove

Ian Ewen-Street

Martin Gallagher

Phil Heatley

Gavan Herlihy

Damien O'Connor

Hon Tariana Turia

R Doug Woolerton


Regulations Review

David Benson-Pope

David Cunliffe

Ann Hartley

Marie Hasler

Hon Doug Kidd

Richard Worth

Dianne Yates

Annabel Young


Social Services

Sue Bradford

Helen Duncan

Taito Phillip Field

Liz Gordon

Dr Muriel Newman

Mahara Okeroa

Jill Pettis

Katherine Rich

Bob Simcock

Belinda Vernon


Transport and Industrial Relations

Gerry Brownlee

Harry Duynhoven

Willie Jackson

Damien O'Connor

Simon Power

Roger Sowry

Penny Webster

Dianne Yates

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